Spiced Fall Mimosa #drinks #cocktails

Spiced Fall Mimosa #drinks #cocktails

Since we're facilitating the following Sunday early lunch, I thought it'd be amusing to have a fall roused menu. Pumpkin Cinnamon Moves, Caramel Apple Streusel Biscuits, Applewood Smokey Connections… and the rundown goes on. Which carries me to the fundamental reason we as a whole love informal breakfast, Spiced Fall Mimosas.

You surely can't turn out badly with a conventional mimosa, yet in all actuality, you cant truly turn out badly with champagne either.

This Spiced Fall Mimosa consolidates the bubbly with Just Apple squeezed juice. Not Delicious Juice squeezed apple, however genuine squeezed apple not from concentrate. Despite the fact that I'm certain any squeezed apple would work, there's only something about squeezed apple that makes this fall drink so fresh, and delectable.

Everything you do is blend one section champagne to one section squeeze and appreciate! In the event that you'd like to get the full impact of the flavor, edge the glass with a blend of sugar and cinnamon. Yum! Good wishes!

Also try our recipe Mulled Wine

Spiced Fall Mimosa #drinks #cocktails

An informal breakfast isn't finished without mimosas! This beverage consolidates new squeezed juice with my preferred bubbly to make a fresh, reviving Fall Spiced Mimosa.


  • 1 1/2 ounces fresh apple juice
  • 1 1/2 ounce apple cider
  • 4 to 5 ounces Champagne (or sparkling wine)
  • Garnish: apple slice
  • Garnish: cinnamon sugar (for rimming)


  1. Gather your ingredients.
  2. Begin by rimming a glass with cinnamon sugar: On a small plate, mix together 1 part ground cinnamon and 2 parts white sugar until it is a uniformly brown. Rub a lime wedge or apple slice around the rim of a Champagne flute to wet it. Slowly roll the rim in the cinnamon sugar until the entire rim is coated. Tap off any excess sugar.
  3. Pour the apple juice and apple cider into the prepared glass.
  4. Fill the glass with Champagne or sparkling wine.
  5. Garnish with an apple slice. To prevent the flesh from browning due to oxidation, dip the fruit in lemon juice first.
  6. Serve and enjoy!

Read more our recipe : Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cookies

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